SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP) - Authorities have charged an employee of an Ohio nursing home with setting a fire that led to one resident's death during the building's evacuation.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office says an investigation determined that the Nov. 25 fire in a storage room could only have been intentionally set.
Investigators say surveillance video shows 19-year-old suspect Cody Sutton near the storage room moments before the fire started.
Officers arrested Sutton Thursday at his home in Enon, about 15 miles northeast of Dayton. He's charged with murder and two counts of aggravated arson.
A jail official said no lawyer was listed for Sutton, who is awaiting his first court appearance.
Authorities say an 89-year-old woman died as she was being evacuated from Daysprings Nursing Home, also in Enon.
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